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INDEX.

A.F. is the symbol for the Anglo-French version.
A.S.

for the Anglo-Saxon order.
W. & M.

for the order of William and Mary.
Others will easily be recognised as Geo. I. etc.

100.

A vobis perdonari petimus, 163.

Almoner, chief, Beauchamp, cloth from
Abbot of Westminster. See Westminster.

hall to church, A.F.
Access, humble, prayer of, 34.

39.
Accession, prayers at, 133, 142.

Hertford, Earl of, 121.
Accipe anulum fidei signaculum videlicet Altar, north side, Archbishop and bishops,
sanctae integritatis, 62, 171.

16, 19, 98, 99, 100.
Accipe anulum signaculum videlicet Altar, south side, King on, 17, 18, 19,

sanctae fidei, 56, 167.
Accipe armillam [sinceritatis] 45, 123.

in choir, robes laid on, 5.
Accipe coronam gloriae honorem quoque

regalia laid on, 17, 101.
iucunditatis, 62, 172.

cloth or pall, 17, 100.
Accipe gladium (per manus] 45, 123. » piece, charges for, 81.
Accipe hunc gladium cum Dei, 57, 167.

St. Edward's chapel, 35, 100, 101,
Accipe nunc vestem summi honoris

106, 107, 133.
regalis, 59.

Ampulla for oil brought from altar, W. &
Accipe pallium (quattuor initiis) 123, 45.

M. 21.
dccipe sceptrum regalis clementiae signum,

provided, 77.
A.S. 58, 168, xxxix; regiae potestatis,

set on altar, 134.
A.F. 47, 123.

hand laid on, 21, 141,
Accipe virgam virtutis Dei aequitatis, 58,

142.
xxxix; atque aequitatis, A.F. 47, 123, Amsterdam, arms of, xv.
169.

Anglia non es oblita in conspectu, 55, 166,
Addington, Manor of, gruel, 109.

xl.
Address, prayer of, 34.

Anointing, W. & M. 20, 140, xxiv.n.
Adesto Domine supplicationibus nostris,

changes made, W. & M. 144,
171.

xxii. xxiv.
Aethelred II. Coronation, viii. xxxviij.

A.F. 43, 122.
Almighty and everlasting God. the
fountain, 117

of Queen Consort, A.S. 62,
Almighty everlasting God by whom Kings

118.
reign, 33, 156.

kneeling or sitting, 143.
Almighty God unto whom all hearts, 18.

what kings anointed, 142.
Almighty God who hast promised to hear

places anointed, 144, xxiv.
the petitions, 34.

if anointed in St. Edward's
Almighty God whose kingdom is everlasting

chair, 143-4:
and power infinite-

Apothecary, anointing oil, 8, 76.
we are taught, 13, 18;

allowance, 87.
have mercy upon the whole church, 138. Aquitaine, Duke of, robes provided, w.
Almoner, chief, basons provided for,
W. & M. 5, 77.

» puts on cap, 104.
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A.S. 55.

& M. 5.

Aquitaine, Duke of, charges for, 86.

in proceeding, 93,

97, 115.
» place at table, 108.

at Recess, 107.
discontinued, Geo.

IV. 132.

Benediction, episcopal, A.S. 60, 61; of

Queen, A.S. 63.
Benedictionis suae Dominus omnipotens

ancillae, 63.
Bible carried in procession, 20, 94, 95,

97, 112, 115, 140.
used for oath, 20.
presenting of, 27, 1051., 111n., 152.
at Proceeding, 94, 95,
laid on altar, 101, 136, 137.
and Edward VI., xxviii.

Oliver Cromwell, xxviii.
Bilsington, Manor of, 110.
Bishops, chairs for, provided, 6.

attend morning prayer, 10.
vest, 16, 100.
sing Litany, 17, 101.
read epistle and gospel, 18.
sermon by, 18, 101.
sit on north side at sermon, 19,

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Area over against altar, 21.

defined, 98.

anointing in, W. & M. 143.
Armilla, king's, provided, W. & M. 5.

charges for, 79.
put on, A.F. 45, xxv.

xxvi. xxvii. xxviii.
one of royal ornaments,

XXV. xxvi. xxvii. xxviii.
Anne, 88.
Geo. I. 88, 148.
Geo. II. 89, 148.
Geo. III. 148, 90 (2).
Geo. IV. 148.
Victoria, 148.
not in Corpus picture,

xxxiii. .

described, 131.
Arms, Imperial, marshalled, 9.
Assist us mercifully 0 Lord in these our

supplications, 34, 158.
Attorney-General, prepares proclamation,

3.
place in proceeding,

92.
at table, 108.

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support sovereigns, 18, 19, 101,

140.
deliver sword, 23, 103.
bring crowns from altar, 26,

103
present bible, 27, 152.
inthronize sovereigns, 29.
treat of coronation, A.F. 39,

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lead king to altar, A.F. 40.
say Te invocamus, A.F. 41.
deliver sword to king, A.F. 45.
two, lead king to church, A.S.

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Badges, officers of arms, provided, 5.
Baptism, blessing of font, 142, xxiii.
Basons, gilt, provided, 5.

used for oblations, 17, 33, 105.
Batħ and Wells, Bishop of, during ser-

mon, 19.
Bath before coronation, A.F. 40, 121,

133.
Bayeux tapestry, xxvii.
Be these shoulders anointed, 102.
Be thy breast anointed with holy oil, 22,

102.
Be thy hands anointed with holy oil, 22,

102.
Be thy head anointed with holy oil, 22,

102.
Behold O God our Defender and look, 22,

138, 145, 146, 147, 155, xx.
Benedic Domine fortitudinem huius

principis, 170.
Benedic Domine hunc regem gratia tuae

miserationis, 61, 170; nostrum, A.F.

42 ; discontinued, 138.
Benedicat te Deus, 62, 171.
Benediction and Te Deum, W. & M.

28, 152; A.F. 48.

support queen consort, 117.
signatures, 141.
consecration like that of king,

164, xxii. xli.
kiss the king before Te Deum,

W. & M. 29, 105, A.F.48, 123.
do homage, 30.
ease king by supporting crown,

31.
receive communion, 34,
wear caps at Recess, 36.
support king at oath, 66.
place at table, 108.
in procession, 122, 140.

three, at coronation, xli. 164.
Bless O Lord we beseech thee these thy

gifts, 33, 156.
Blessed art thou 0 Land when thy King,

16.
Bowls and covers, provided, 4.
Bradley, Dr., Dean of Westminster,

xxxvii.
Bread offered by King, W. & M. 32 ;

A.F. 48, 123; A.S. 170.
Breast anointed, W. & M. 22, 102, xxiv;

A.F. 44, 123.

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Breast, Queen Consort's, 118.
Breeches, King's, provided, W. & M. 5.

Charges for, 79, 132.

spoken of, Geo. I. 88;
Geo. III. 90; Geo. IV. 90, 146.
Burnet, Dr. Gilbert, sermon, W. & M.

101, 139.
Buskins for king, provided, W. & M. 5.

charges for, 79.
put on, xxvi. 102.
Anne, 88.
Geo. I. 88.
Geo. II. 89.
Geo. III. 89, 90.
discontinued Geo. IV.

146.
place among

ments, xxv, xxvii,

xxviii.
Butler, Chief, gold cup, provided, 476.
Canopy, anointing. See Pall, anointing.
Canopy, in procession.

See Cinque
Ports.
Canterbury, Archbishop of,

at Recognition, 16.
puts on cope, 16.
receives first oblation and regalia,

17.
says O God who providest, 18.
begins communion service and

Nicene Creed, 18.
sits on north side at sermon, 19.
tenders oath, 19.
begins Veni Creator, 20.
anoints king, 21.
receives from and delivers sword to

king, 23:
delivers robe and orb to king, 24.
delivers sceptres, 25,
crowns the king, 26.
presents bible, 27.
blesses king, 28.
joins in inthronization, 29.
fealty, 30.
reads offertory, 32.
receives bread and wine from king,

33.
receives second oblation, 33.
gives communion to king, 34.
reads final prayers, 34.
lays crowns on St. Edward's altar, 35.
puts on crowns at recess, 35.
treats of coronation, A.F. 39, 121.
leads king to altar, A. F. 40.
sermon by, A.F. 40.
tenders oath, 40.
sings Veni creator, 41.
says Preface for oil, 43.
anoints king, 43, 44.
blesses and delivers sword, 45.

Canterbury, Archbishop of (continued) -

delivers pallium to king, 45.
blesses and puts on crown, 46.
blesses and delivers ring, 46, 47.
delivers sceptres, A.F. 47.
blesses king, A.F. 48.
Bp. of London officiates in place of,

98, 99.
Heralds conferred with, III.
takes no part in W. & M. 112.
place in proceeding, 115.
queen consort's coronation, 118.

in Corpus picture, xxxiv.
Canterbury, rights of see at coronation,

133.
pontifical assigned to,

xxxviii.
Cap for crown, provided, W. & M. 7.

of holland, charges for, 8o.
of state provided, W. & M. 7.

king wears his during sermon, 18.
Caps for Dukes of Normandy, &c., pro-

vided, 5.
Normandy, put on,

104.
bishops take off, 31.

wear during recess, 36.
Carpets, spread before altar, W. & M.

16, 100; A.F. 40, 122.
Ceremonies, W. & M. by heralds, 91.
Cestez mains seint oynt de seint oille, 43.
Chairs for bishops, provided, W. & M. 6.

charges for, 82, 83, 84.
archbishop, 19.

where placed, 98.
King and Queen, provided,

W. & M. 4, 6.
Queen, charges

sor, 82.
Westminster church, 15, 16,

17.
St. Edward's, 6, 21, 101.

charges for, 82,

83.
where placed,

98.
Chalice, provided, W. & M. 77.

in Proceeding, 94, 95, 97, 115.
laid on altar, 101, 136, 137.
stone, St. Edward's, A.F. 39,

in Corpus picture, xxxvi.
Challenge at Coronation, 109.
Chamberlain, Lord, warrants, 4, 5, 6, 9,

70.
furnishing of West-

minster, 7.
writes to Gentlemen

of Privy Chamber,

8.
writes to Chaplains, 8.

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55, 166.

Chamberlain, Lord, appoints waiters at

table, 8.
anointing oil, 8, 76.
habits for Musitians,

8.

warrants

for pro-

visions, 9, 76, 77.

delivers ring, 149.
Chamberlain, Lord Great-

Bason, ewer and cup provided, 5, 77.
Regalia delivered by him to Lords,

9, 94.
issues tickets of admission, 9.
warrants, 9, 70.
at Recognition, 16, 99.
at first oblation, 17, 100.
during Sermon, 19, 101.
during Oath, 20, 66.
disrobes King, 21, 101, 142, 143,

148.
delivers coif, 102.
delivers fine linen to dry places

anointed, 22, 102, 145.
girds king with sword, 23, 103.
in Proceeding, 93, 97, 113, 115.
puts spurs on king, 103, 147.
clasps of pall, 148.

in Corpus picture, xxxv.
Champion, bowl, provided, 4, 77.
arms, horse, and trappings, 8,

71.
order for, 9.

charges, 86.
challenges Coronation

dinner, 109.

receives cup, 110.
Chancellor carries stone chalice, A.F. 39,

Christe perunge hunc regem in regimen,
Cinque Ports, barons-
canopy provided, W. & M. A.F. 6,

39, 76, 121.
charges for, 8o.
in proceeding, 95, 98, 116.

stay at quire door, 99.
place at table, 107.

number of, 132.
Circle of gold, queen consort, 118.
Classification of Coronation Orders, vii.
Cloth, blue, provided, 4, 6.

charges for, 87.

proceeding on, 95.
Cloth of gold, provided,

W. & M. 5, 6,
7 ; A.F. 40, 43.
charges for, 78, 79, 80, 81.

to cover throne, 98.
Cloth, fine linen, to dry anointing,

provided, 6, 22, 102.

See wool.
Coif, linen, provided, 'W. & M. 5, 6.

spoken of, 132, 145, 146,

xxv. xxvii. xxviii.
charges for, 79.
put on, W. & M. 102, xxvn.

A.F. 44, 123
in Corpus picture, xxxiii.
Anne, 88.
Geo. I. 88, 146.
Geo. II. 89.
Geo. III. 89, 90, 146.
Geo. IV. 146.

Queen consort's, 118.
Collars, officers of arnis, provided, 5.
Colobium Sindonis, provided, W. & M. 5.

charges for, 79.
put on, 102, 145,
blessing of, xviii.

of royal orna-
ments, xxv. xxvi.

xxvii. xxviii.
Anne, 88.
Geo. I. 88, 146.
Geo. II. 89.
Geo. III. 89, 90, 146.
Geo. IV. 90, 146.
Victoria, 146.
described, 130.
if discontinued, 145,

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altered from keeper, 136.
Chaplains, King's, attend coronation, 8.

morning prayer,
in Proceeding,

91, 95, 113.
Charge them that are rich, 32, 155.
Charles the Great, coronation robes, 131.
Charles I. coronation, ix.(2) x. xii. xvii.
Charles II. coronation, ix. xv. III.

supertunica, 130.
mistake with sandals, 142.
riding from tower, xviin.

manuscripts, xv.
Charles V. Roman Emperor, stole like

deacon's, 131.
Charles V. of France, version of order,

xxxvii.
Chasubles in Corpus picture, xxxiv.
Chester, earl of, carries curtana, A.F.

xxvi.
when put on,

xxvi.
in Corpus picture,

xxxiii.
Come holy Ghost our souls inspire, 20.

See Veni Creator.
Committee of Council for coronation,

W. & M. :3, 67, xx.

10.

XXV.

39, 122.

Chrisma. See Cream.
Chrismatories in Corpus picture, xxxvi.

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Commons, house of, sat in north transept,

99, 143
Communion service, beginning, W. & M.

18, 138.
of king & queen, W. & M.

32, 155; A.F. 123; A.S.

170.
omitted by James II. xvi.

restored in W. & M. xx.
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Coronets, peers, put off for homage, 30,

31.

wear at Recess, 35, 159.
peeresses put on, W. & M. 27,

104.
Queen's consort's

coronation, 119.
Corpus book described, xxxi.

picture, xxxii.
Cotton wool for anointing. See Wool.
Court of claims, W. & M. 3.

members of, 68.

commission for, 69.
requests, fitting up, 7.

proceeding, 93.
wards, 8, 93, III.
Cream, holy, A.F. 44, 123, xxiv. xlii.
Cromwell, Oliver, inauguration, xxviii.
Crowns, royal, provided, W. & M. 4, 77,

129.
put on, W. & M. 26, 103,

104, 151 ; A.F. 46, 123;

A.S. 57.
St. Edward's, in proceed-

ing, 94, 95, 97, 112,

113, 115.

laid on altar, 101.
royal ornament, xxv. xxvi. xxvii.

(4) xxviii. xxix.
taken off at communion, 156.

at offertory, 156.
resumed after communion, 157.
in Corpus picture, xxxii.

Queen Consort, 119, A.S. 62.
Crown, imperial, 35, 77, 107, 158.
of head anointed, W. & M. 22;

A.F. 44, 123.

Queen Consort, 118.
Crowns, officers of arms, provided, 5.

prepares forms of coronation, 3, 9,

71, 129, xx-xxviii.
added to Committee of Council, 68.
allowance, 87.
officiates in place of Archbishop, 98,

99-111.
if empowered to crown, 133.

introduction of bible, xxviii.
Confirmation and Coronation, 142, xxii.

xlii.
Confortare et esto vir, 152; A.F. 46;

A.S. 167.
Confortetz vus et soiez homme, 46.
Consecration of the King, A.S. 54.

Queen, A.S. 62.
royal, xxi. xxii.
like that of bishop, 164,

xxii. xli.
associated with blessing of

oil, xix. xxi. xxii.
prayer of, in communion

service, 34.
of oil, 21.

forms,

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put on, 27, 104.
worn at Recess,

36.
in proceeding

97.
Cup bearer, chief, bowl, provided, 4, 77.

and cover, given to Lord Mayor,

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See chalice.
Curtana, provided, W. & M. 5.

carried by Earl of Chester, A.F.
in Proceeding, 93, 95, 97, 113.

115.
interpreted, 132.

Edward VI. xxviii.
Cushions, provided, W. & M. 6, 7.

charges for, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85.

spread before altar, 16.
Dalmatic. See Pall, king's.
Dearly beloved, 138.

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Constable, Lord High, at recognition, 16,

99.
at proceeding, 93,

97, 113, 115.
set bible on table,

94.
Cook, canvas for master, 87.
Cope, royal, provided, W. & M. 5.

See also pall and dalmatic.
archbishop puts on, 16.
bishops wear, 17.

divest themselves of, 35,

158.
procession in rich, A.F. 40.
proceeding in rich, W. & M. 94,

96.

in Corpus picture, xxxiv, xxxv.
Corona iustitiae et iocunditatis super

caput, 57, 168.
Coronation Orders-

classification of, vii.

comparative table, xii.
Coronet te Deus corona gloriae, A.S. 57,

168 ; A.F. 46, 123, 152.
Coronets, peers put on, W. & M. 27,

104.

39, 122.

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